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2OT3US. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905.
Fair toalKht mmd Xatarrian roolt-r
J. M. SIIERIER, Okwrrrr.
Mlalnam Irapmlarr la Ih aaat 24
kiiun, &ti maximum. .V. Wlm-tty rf
tlad at M a. in., W milmt per knur.
Trnprri lur at 7 a. iu.. IEH at 33U
p. hi.. 4H.
Tomorrow at " p. m.
At Island City park
R. I. H. S. vs. Wapello.
Insure with McKee.
Co roller skating Saturday.
Educator phot's at Battles'.
Hosiery and gloves at Hattles".
Cloves and mittens at Battles'.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
Oydters and n kry at $chro-der's.
For bus or express. Spencer & Trefz
For bus, baggage, express call Hobb's
Dressed - syunhs at U. Treniann's
Very fancy red atir.g appios at Pas
I'p to $:;..ri. corsets $1 Saturday at
Skating rin 1;. F:f;h avtnue anil Six
teenth str t.
Iickl 1 p rs f et 2 cents Saturday
a? the H 6i H.
JMvssed dinks and chickens at 11.
Trerria tin's Sorix'.
LM pounds bevt granulated sugar for
$1 at St iie l:ri.-'.
Nicely dr .-s d spring and old chick
ens at S( hro-der's.
Cenuine imported frankfurter! Sat
in d, iv at th.- il. & 11.
S. al if Iowa canned curn 7." cents
l r doz ti at S-!le Hi us'.
Black Mcks wim white feet. 2 pairs
f ir 27 cent.;, at Battle s".
Santa ('Inns and Lenox soap. 10 liars
f.r IT. cent at S '.e Bros".
Frog. '. shrimps oysters and cel
ery at Ji. Trviuann's Sons'.
Kohr's leaf lard, sugar cured hams
and Imcon at the il. &. II.
Pumpkins, just the kind for Hal!ow
t'trt patties at lassig Bros'.
Cashmere tiose, black and gray. 2
pair; for 2j cents, at Batth s'.
Ire creara and ice cream soda at
Peterson's,. WH Third aveuue.
Hand ,writu;ht Initial handkerchiefs
5 cents Saturday at McCabeV
Chickens, nicejy dressed, at Ci!
tuore'a pttuMfn house market.
If you want puro kettle rendered
lard, order at H.. Treniann's. Sons'.
All the " latest cotillion novelties
taught at (Men K-nen's dancing class.
The Allegreiti .Martini chocolates
ci litis a pound Saturday at McCabe's.
The Plattdeutschi n Schwesiern will
give a grand autumn ball Saturday
niKlit. Oct. 2s. at Turner hall. A 1 mis
sion, gentlemen. 23 cents, ladies. 10
Mother's home made delicious pump
kin pies served again tomorrow at Mc
Cabe's. The Royal Arcanum will give their
second annual dance at Industrial hall
Those fine Milwaukee sausages are
without equal. Place a trial order at
Reefer overcoats. Saturday special.
$1.9.1. Great value at $1.95. Uliemey
er & Sterling.
You will never tire of Mrs. Austin's
pancakes. A fresh supply now on hand
at your grocer'r.
The ladies of Trinity guild will give
a social pie and cake sale Wednesday
afternoon. Nov. 2J.
Those 21-cent tartan school dress
plaids cents a yard Saturday at
10 a. m. at McCabe's.
More of those ladies' ready trimmed
ready-to-wtar hats at 7.1 and 0.1 cents
Sat in day at .McCabe's.
Last week for penny photos. Must
stop taking orders by Nov. C. Kerr.
lV7Vi Second avtnue.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dyeing at the New Panitorium club.
1&03-1911 Second avenue.
All tiay Saturday Ingalls will sell
heavy solid silver thimbles for 15 cents
each: "1 ToT Second avenue.
When you ask for Mrs. Austin's pan
cake Hour, insist u;ou having it. and
say Mrs. Austin's and no other.
Pass'g Bros, always carry a large
line of imported and domestic cheeses.
You'll lir.d what you want thtre.
Iancing like music and other arts,
should be taught by one of experience
if the proper results are desired.
Football, football. Hock Island high
schoo; vs. Wapello, tomorrow alur
noon at :i o'clock at Island City park.
Amosktag gingham. 4 cents per yard
at Horbht's notion an I dry goods store.
2'.l".-2'.':!l Fifth avenue, tomorrow only.
The H. & H. grocery store grows
faster ach week. Bead today's ad..
and you'll think there are good reasons.
fiock Island hijih school vs. Wapelio
hih school at lland City park tomor
row afternoon. Came called at o
Rofk Island high school vs. Wapello
high sehod at Island City park tomor
row aft. moon. Ca:m? called at 3
Clendenen's juvenile thoicing class
will open Saturday, Nov. !. at 2:d p.
rti. Beginners, 12 weki. $.1: advanced
Bock Island high school vs. Wapello
hig'i school at Island City park tomor
row aft i moon. Came called at 3
Dry coal at Mueller's yards; screen
ings, fl.CO: mine run. JL'.n". ; coke,
$."..". Your money's worth in coal.
See .Mm Her' s a I. page :I.
The C & H. sp cial suits and over
coats cost no more than any other hig'i
class make of clothing, but whfn it
t nies to style, fit and appearance.
'even the merchant tailor Is not in It.
This make sold only by us in the city.
Gustafson & Hayes.
Finest juicy, sugar cured hams,
choice, lean breakfast bacon and fan
cy kettle rendered leaf lard at Gil
more's packing house market.
As usual Passig Bros, display of
fruits and fresh regetables will include
everything to be found on the market.
Order your Sunday dinner there.
Expert manicuring, shampooing and
thorough treatment of the hair and
scalp given by Mrs. Sol Levi, 736 Sev
enteenth street. Old phone, west 59.
Mrs. Amanda Hassett-Pahl just re
ceived 75 elegant black and novelty
coats. See them Saturday; second
floor, over Nabstedt's; take elevator;
Economy points to this store (U. &
S.). 1724 Second avenue. We offer the
largest range for your choice of suits
and overcoats. $10 to $2'. L'llemeyer
Satisfaction awaits you always if you
buy of us. Our line of boys' suits sur
passes all previous attempts. Good
wearing suits $1.50 to $3. Ullemeyer
In the G. & H. special suits and over
coats, there is exclusiveness and indi
viduality that you will find in no other
make. Taketa look at them. Gustaf
son & Hayes.
Mammoth showing of high grade
snappy overcoats for children in reefer
and long styles. You always find the
correct children's clothing at I'liemey
ji r k Sterling's.
Mr. Clendenen requests all mothers
interested in having their children
taught dancing as an art and refined
amusement, to come to Industrial hall
Take a look at the suits we are show
ing at $10. $12.50. and $1.1.30. No such
values can bf found elsewhere for less
than $15 and $1. Take a look at
them. Gustafson & Hayes.
When you buy. buy right. That's
what you do if you invest in Ullemeyer
& Sterling clothing. Our suits and
overcoats are made by America's best
tailors. Ullemeyer & Sterling.
Mr. Clendenen will give a compli
mentary reception to the Hock Island
juvenile dancers and their friends at
Industrial hall tomorrow afternoon
from 2:30 to 4:30. Ogden's orchestra
will furnish the muaic and several new
and enjoyable cotillion figures will be
NOTES OF THE RIVER.
The Mac and Helen Blair were in
At 6 a. m. the stage of water was
5.10 and at noon it was 5.20.
River Forecast: Only very slight
changes in the Mississippi will occur
below Dubuque to Muscatine, though a
rising tendency will continue.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
lad., says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely af
flicted with rheumatism. I finally tried
Detchen's Mystic Cure for rheumatism,
and in four days could walk without
my cane; two bottles cured me sound
and well. I take great pleasure in rec
ommending the Mystic Cure to all who
are-afflicted with rheumatism." Sold
by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son,
220 West Second street. Davenport.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
100 FOUNTAIN PENS FREE
Fine Lot of Fountain Pens to Be Given
Away in Stationery Packages
A. W. Cramptou will give away 100
fine fountain pens tomorrow morning.
om pen going in every 2uth package
of fine stationery to be sold in packages
of 10 cents each. This stationery is
of a most excellent quality and values
range from 25 cent. to CO cents. It is
one of the biggest bargains owr offer
ed in the line of stationery and the sal
wiK last just one hour. 2.0ito packages
are wrapped up ready for the sale.
Remember the time, 9 to 10 o'clock
Saturday morning. Every package, 10
cents. Perhaps you will be the one to
g?t a fountain pen with your big value
of stationery. 1719 Second avenue.
MOSENFELBER . SONS.
$22 rfv i:
CUSTOM MADE SHOES
Call for Nc. 725, Good Values at $3.
Regardless of the rise in the leather
market, we offer you a line of men's
custom made shoes in all leathers witii
heavy hard oak soles:
Yici kid blucher. $1.
Winter calf bal.. $:'..
Tan elk blucher. $:!.
Patent colt bal.. $3.
Also a full line of guaranteed rub
Hosiery for men), gloves.
BATTLES' SHOE STORE.
51.1 Seventeenth St.
"It's a little farther, but it pays."
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
At H. Horblit's Notion and Dry Goods
Store, 2929-2931 Fifth Avenue.
For tomorrow only, we will sell
Amoskeag ginghams at 4 cents per
yard. Tomorrow only; remember the
place. II. HORBLIT'S,
292&-2931 Fifth Avenue.
Many sufferers from nasa! catarrh
say they get splendid results by using
an atomizer. For their benefit we pre
pare Ely's Liquid Cream Ba'.i.i. Ex
cept that it is liquid it is in all re
spects like the healing, helpful, pain
allaying Cream Balm thai the public
has been familiar with for years. No
cocaine nor other dangerous drug in
in. The soothing spray relieves at
once and cure is certain. All drug
gists, 75 cents, including spraying
tube or mailed by Ely Bros., 5G War
ren street. New York.
Cures Croup, sore throat, pulmonary
troubles. Monarch over pain of every
sort. Dr. Thomas' Eciectric Oil.
POWER OF MONEY
AT ROCK ISLAND'S GREAT
CENTRAL CLOTHES STORE
E CAN and DO give you more for your money tkan
others. A dollar s worth for every dollar or every
OVERCOATS for Men y Youths-ChesterfieUs, Rytons,
Box Overcoats, Belt Overcoats, Newmarkets, Paddocks, Rain
proof Overcoats, Top Coats, etc. Blue, black or oxford Kersey
and Meltons, Vicunas, Scotch, Cheviots j Sif
and Irish Friezes, Coverts, etc. Price J1U TO
SUITS for Men & Youths Double-breasted, Single-hreasteJ,
Straight-front Suits, long coat styles, deep center or side vents;
diagonals in gray, blue and oxford, brown J "I f
plaids and the new greens. Price . . . .3J-IJ TO 3OZ
PRICES: Suits and Overcoats, $10, $12.50, $15. $16.50, $18,
$19.50, $22, $25, $28, $32 and up. Specials $5, $6.50, $7.50
EXTRA SPECIAL $15
"YORKSHIRE" Suits and Overcoats. Prices $18, $19.50,
$22, $24 and up.
RAINPROOF PADDOCKS, special . $22
RAINPROOF Overcoats, specials . . .... $18 and $19
FUR OVERCOATS, specials $16.50 and
BOYS' FALL CLOTHES
TN our selection of boys clothing we have made a decided advance along
-5- the lines of tastefulness, practicality and value giving.
BOYS' REEFER or Three-quarter and Full Length Overcoats, Vel
vet or cloth collars, English Serge lining or red flannel lined; fabric
blue and oxford Melton, finished frieze, Scotchy effects, etc. Sizes 3 to
16. Prices $2.95, $3.50, $3.95, $5.50, $5.85, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50,
$10, $12.50, $15, $16.50 and -up.
EXTRA SPECIALS: $2.50, $3.50, $5.85 and $10
Boys Norfolk, Sailor, Eton, Russian, Buster Brown, 2-piece Suits, etc.
Knickerbocker or regular Trousers, Boys Suit Prices, $1.95, $2.50,
32.95, $3.50, $3.95, $4.40, $5, $5.85, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $9.50 and
up. Specials: $2.95, $3.50, $5.85.
MEN'S and BOYS' UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, ETC., EXTRA SPECIALS
P.-qre and (Jut-seam Street Gloves, the best value to be had $1 and $1.50. Cape
Cloves, fpecial, $1.7o. Men s Winter Underwear, 38c, 45c, 75c, $1 and up.
VX Natural Wool and Merino Underwear. 90c. $1. $1.25. $1.50, $2 and up
Union Ouits, 21 ana up Boys Uunderwear, Winter weights, 2oC up
Grasping at the
Store of the Town
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Uivusual Offering in Men's
Boy's Suits, Overcoats
a nd Underwear
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Ovir NswspOLper Announcements ref ect the merc'itxndfse arid prices of the store. A visit to the different departments will reveal values greater then these we advertise. We Never
ov-jrp'BLls oir offering. We hva won the onfidancs of the public through plentiful advertising and honest dealing, besides it is well known that the
bst veJues always prevail here
Nothing at the Price Can Equal the Men's Suits and Ovorcoats we Advertiseat 15, 18 and $20
WE ILLUSTRATE BRAND NEW STYLES FOR THE COMING WINTER.
We always lay particular stress on the excellence of our clothing as a true and worthy example of the M. &.
X. standard. Fabrics arc high class; inward excellence of the tailoring; extra stayed pockets, with larger piece of
canvas around them; hand-padded and hand-stitched collars; hand-worked shoulers all with the determination of
making M. &. K. garments keep their shape. Of course, the style and fit, and the provision we make for fitting men
of every build correctly, are most important essentials. There is positively C Q J gv
from $1 to $5 more worth in the Suits and Overcoats we are selling at Id OcX"l&
than c;n be had at any other dealer. We also direct especial attention toi
our line of Suits and Overcoats at.
7.50. 10 and $12
In ovir Boys Big De
partment. With clothing conditions as thoy are.
this store has rtrtainly scored a tri
umph m the Children's Clothing Novel
tics we are offering at
Jaunty Norfolk Suits, stunning Rus
sian Suits and swell Eton Sailor Suits,
with niore style and real quality than
we have ever offered at these prices.
All v. co I School and Knock
about Suits at
that arc positively cheap at
Ail wool knee Pants at 47c, worth 75c.
Nobby Sweaters at 5Cc, 75c and $1.00.
TKevt have no t qual
Anywhere at the
Our Shoe department Is growing
more popular daily. No wonder it
would, indeed, be surprising if the shoe
advantages offered here were not ap
preciated. Sole agents for the cele
brated Burrojap Shoes, and less in
price than the ::an3e qualities are usu
ally sold in shoe stores.
$4.00 for $5.00 values.
$3.50 for $4.00 values.
$3.00 for $3.50 values.
2JS0 for $3.00 values.
$1-50 for $2.00 values.
A TRUE BARGAIN
At 33c---Ve,Ivie 50c.
Can any man afford to overlook the
opportunities this store offers? This
snappy weather calls f r warmer un
derwear. Here we are opening the
fall underwear campaign with 50c val
ues in fleece underwear at ,'J3c.
Excellent Merino undcr-
W4ar at 50C
Norfo'.k and New Urunswick,
full regular make, at gl
Exceptional values in Ribbed Under
wear at 25c, 5" and $1.
Union Suits from 75c to $5.
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